The American Civil Liberty Union (ACLU) states that death penalty should be completely abolished, as it is very disturbing to sentence someone with death penalty especially for those who value life. This kind of argument does not make justice with the victims and their families. The family members and parents of the victims have to carry the emotional weight for their complete life and have the burden of the tragedy as well (Bohm 42). The children, who have been kidnapped and murdered need justice, but abolishing the death penalty would result in “unspeakable injustice”(Hodgkinson 114). According to the reports of National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), in every 40 seconds a child goes missing in the United States. The reports and statistics offered by FBI reveals that in the year 2015, there were 460,699 reports for missing children (“Key Facts”). Out of these cases, approximately 200,000 children are abducted or kidnapped by the family members. 58,000 children are specifically kidnapped for sexual motifs (“Key Facts”). The number of children being kidnapped in China is also very high. Their families have to live with the wound, which the society would never be able to heal completely. The people, who support the abolition of the capital punishment by speaking about human values and secularism, often forget that people sitting in the death row have killed people in torturous and horrible manner (Recinella 4). In some cases, children are even raped before murder. Thence, how can there could be any sentence less than death sentence for such criminals?